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F 3 EXAM REVIEW POWERPOINT Semester 1 exam-Units R, 1, 2 & 3 (Go through vocabulary flashcards). La Figure/le visage. le front. la joue. un oeil. les cheveux. les yeux. le nez. la bouche. le cou. le menton. Irregular verbs:. You already learned these in French 1: - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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F 3 EXAM REVIEW POWERPOINTSemester 1 exam-Units R, 1, 2 & through vocabulary flashcards)La Figure/le visageles cheveux

le frontle nezla boucheun oeille mentonla jouele coules yeuxYou already learned these in French 1: Etre-Je suis, Tu es, Il est, Nous sommes, Vous tes, Ils sontAvoir-Jai, Tu as, Il a, Nous avons, Vous avez, Ils ontAller-Je vais, Tu vas, Il va, Nous allons, Vous allez, Ils vontFaire-Je fais, Tu fais, Il fait, Nous faisons, Vous faites, Ils fontVenir-Je viens, Tu viens, Il vient, Nous venons, Vous venez, Ils viennentIrregular verbs: TREtre en retard- to be latetre lheure- to be on timetre en avance-to be earlytre daccord-to agreetre en train de- to be in the process of/middle of/busy .+ infinitive AvoirAvoir # ans-to be # ageAvoir faim/soif-to be hungry/thirstyAvoir raison/tort-to be right/wrongAvoir besoin de-to needAvoir envie de-to feel like, wishAvoir peur de-to be afraid ofAvoir chaud/froid-to be hot/coldAvoir sommeil-to be sleepyAvoir de la chance-to be luckyAvoir mal-to hurt

ALLERAller- (Comment allez-vous) Je vais bien-to ask how are you doingAller +place- To express where/how youre going somewhereAller +infinitive- (Le futur proche)-the near future= GOING TO VERB (Je vais manger)Aller voir/venir voir- To go see/come seeAller chercher-to pick up/go get

FAIREFaire du (de l) + le sport, le sujet, dune activit (faire du camping)-To do a sport, take a class, do an activityFaire attention - to pay attention toFaire les courses-to go shopping (food)Faire des achats-to go shopping Faire la cuisine-to cookFaire la vaisselle-to do the dishesFaire ses devoirs-to do ones homeworkFaire ses valises- to pack (ones suitcase)Faire une promenade ( pied, en voiture)-to go for a walk, rideFaire une randonne- to take a long hike, long driveFaire un voyage-To take a tripFaire un sjour-to spend time (at a place away from home)

Venir-to comeVenir de + infinitive=to have just verbed!

Je viens de manger- I have just eatenIl vient de rencontrer son prof. -He has just met his teacher. Elles viennent darriver. -They have just arrived.

Also: Devenir-to become Revenir-to come back 1. Prendre (To take/have food)-Je prends, Tu prends, Il prend, Nous prenons, Vous prenez, Ils prennent. PP: PRISVerbs like it: Apprendre-to learn Comprendre-to understand2. Mettre (To wear, put, place, turn on, set)- JeMets, Tu mets, Il met, Nous mettons, Vous mettez, Ils mettent. PP: MIS Verbs like it: Promettre-to promise Permettre- to permit, allow, let

More irregular verbs: 3. Voir-(to see) Je vois, Tu vois, Il voit, Nous voyons, Vous voyez, Ils voient PP: VUExpression: Aller voir-(to go see)

4. Dormir-(to sleep) Je dors, Tu dors, Il dort, Nous dormons, Vous dormez, Ils dormentPP: DORMI -New verbs cont. 5. Sortir *** (To go/get out), Je sors, Tu sors, Il sort, Nous sortons, Vous sortez, Ils sortentPP: SORTI (S) (E) (ES)

6. Partir*** (To depart, leave) Je pars, Tu pars, Il part, Nous partons, Vous partez, Il partentPP: PARTI (S) (E) (ES) These two verbs use ETRE as the helping verb for the past tense and the past participle has to agree in number/gender. Last 2 new verbs:B. Les verbes rflchis p. 44FORMSContinued...melavePRESENTAFFIRMATIVENEGATIVEINTERROGATIVEjetelavestuselaveil/elle/onnouslavonsnousvouslavezvousselaventils/ellesje ne me lave pasest-ce que tu te laves?te laves-tu?Review the forms of se laver in the present.Reflexive pronounsme - myselfte - yourselfse - himself or herself

nous - ourselvesvous - yourself or yourselvesse - themselves or each other (m/f)

When to use a reflexive verbThe action is performed by the subject on itself.The verb has a reflexive pronoun as its object.The subject and the object pronoun refer to the same thing.Example:He hurt himself or we will enjoy ourselves

Present tense conjugationJe me laveNous nous lavons

Tu te lavesVous vous lavezIl/elle se laveIls/elles se laventCatherine a les yeux bleus.Catherine has blue eyes. (= Her eyes are blue.)Quest-ce que tu as dans la main?What do you have in your hand?Jai une cicatrice sur le menton.I have a scar on my chin.A. Lusage de larticle avec les parties du corps p. 38In French the DEFINITE ARTICLE (le, la, l, les) is generally used with parts of the body. (In English, we use possessive adjectives.)B. Les verbes rflchis p. 44REFLEXIVE VERBS are formed with a REFLEXIVE PRONOUN that represents the same person as the subject.Continued...Je me lave.Monsieur Martin se rase.B. Les verbes rflchis p. 44FORMSContinued...IMPERATIVEne te lave pas!lave-toi!ne nous lavons pas!lavons-nous!ne vous lavez pas!lavez-vous!Review the forms of se laver in the imperative.AFFIRMATIVENEGATIVEB. Les verbes rflchis p. 44INFINITIVE CONSTRUCTIONSContinued...Je vais me laver.Je ne vais pas me laver les cheveux.Nous allons nous brosser les dents.Vous nallez pas vous raser.In an infinitive construction, the reflexive pronoun comes immediately before the verb and represents the same person as the subject.

B. Les verbes rflchis p. 44USESReflexive verbs are very common in French. They are used: to describe actions that the subject is performing on or for himself/herself.Catherine se regarde dans la glace. Catherine is looking at herself in the mirror.Je me fais un sandwich.I am fixing myself a sandwich.Note the use of the DEFINITE ARTICLE after reflexive verbs.Tu te brosses les dents.You are brushing your teeth.Alice se coupe les ongles.Alice is cutting her nails.

to describe many aspects of ones DAILY ROUTINE.Je me lve sept heures.I get up at seven.Link to ImageThe PASS COMPOS of reflexive verbs is formed with tre.A1. Le pass compos des verbes rflchis p. 50Continued...

lavAFFIRMATIVENEGATIVEINTERROGATIVEje me suislavtu teslavil/on sestlavsnous nous sommeslav(s)vous vous teslavsils se sontlavje ne me suis paslav? est-ce que tu teslav?tes-tuThe PASS COMPOS of reflexive verbs is formed with tre.Continued...laveAFFIRMATIVENEGATIVEINTERROGATIVEje me suislavetu teslaveelle/on sestlavesnous nous sommeslave(s)vous vous teslaveselles se sontlaveje ne me suis paslave?est-ce que tu teslave?tes-tu

A1. Le pass compos des verbes rflchis p. 50

A1. Le pass compos des verbes rflchis p. 50Note also:Catherine et Sophie se sont achet des vtements.Usually, but not always, the past participle agrees with the subject.ric sest promen .Anne et Claire se sont promen es avec lui.

There is no agreement when the reflexive verb is directly followed by a NOUN. Compare:Stphanie sest lav e .Elle sest lav les mains.A2. Lusage idiomatique des verbes rflchis p. 54Reflexive verbs are used: to describe certain MOVEMENTSse rendre to go toMme Meunier se rend son bureau. to describe FEELINGS or changes in feelingssimpatienterto get impatientPourquoi est-ce que tu timpatientes? to describe certain other actions and situationssexcuserto apologizeTu as tort! Excuse-toi!se trouverto be (located)O se trouve la pharmacie?Continued...

The verb se souvenir is conjugated like me souviensnous nous souvenonselles se souviennent je me suis souvenu(e)

The following irregular verbs are commonly used in the imperative:sen allerse tairesasseoirVa-ten!Tais-toi!Assieds-toi!Allez-vous-en!Taisez-vous!Asseyez-vous!A2. Lusage idiomatique des verbes rflchis p. 54Continued...PRESENT: PASS COMPOS :ALLONS PLUS LOINReflexive verbs are also used to express a reciprocal action, that is, an action in which two or more people interact with one another.Philippe et Claire se tlphonent.Philippe and Claire phone each other.Marc et moi, nous nous voyons souvent. Marc and I often see each other.O est-ce que vous allez Where are you going to meet vous retrouver? (each other)? A2. Lusage idiomatique des verbes rflchis p. 54The PASS COMPOS is used to describe what people DID, what HAPPENED.

Je suis all au cinma. Jai vu une comdie. Aprs, je me suis promen.HomeA. Rvision: Le pass compos p. 114PARTIE1It is used to translate past actionsI have verbedI verbedI did verbREVIEW: Le Pass Compos: The PAST TENSE (the perfect tense)This tense is used to describe a single completed action in the past.It needs 2 parts: the auxiliary verb (avoir or tre in the present) and the past participle.The past participle of a verb is the form that generally corresponds to the ed ending in English (played, changed, finished)-ER verbs end in (mangermang)-RE verbs end in u (vendre vendu)-IR verbs end in i (finir fini)Translates 3 ways: I verbed, have verbed, did verb

2-Avoir verbs Most verbs use the auxiliary avoir . The endings always stay the same.-ER -RE-IRREGARDER VENDREFINIRJai regard vendufiniTu as regard vendufiniIl, Elle, On a regard vendufiniNous avons regard vendufiniVous avez regard vendufiniIls, Elles ont regard vendufiniReview the forms of the pass compos:voyagerjaitu asil/elle/on anous avonsvous avezils/elles ontje nai pasest-ce que tu asas-tuvoyagvoyagvoyagvoyagvoyagvoyagvoyagvoyag?voyag?HomeContinued...A. Rvision: Le pass compos p. 114PARTIE1Avoir>>>>>>EU (had) Jai eu un accident.Etre>>>>>>>T (was/been) Jai t malade.Faire>>>>>>FAIT (did/made) Jai fait du ski. Mettre>>>>>MIS (placed/put) Jai mis le caf sur la table. Prendre>>>>PRIS (Took/Had) Jai pris un croissant.Voir >>>>>>VU (Saw/Seen) Jai vu un chat noir! Some irregular verbs & their past participles: Irreg

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